The notion of “good bacteria” is now familiar, as is the mind-boggling variety of different bacteria we have in and on us.
Seaman's mind-boggling dereliction of responsibility harms the state whose interests he was, and is, tasked with protecting.
Could a mind-boggling vendetta be behind the ricin letters sent to Obama and Wicker?
For Walters, who worked at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue for 37 years all told, the whole escapade is mind-boggling.
And when things get that minute, mind-boggling things happen.
Then we got George W. Bush, Iraq, Katrina, and mind-boggling deficits.
It is a mind-boggling number which amounts to more than 16 percent of U.S. GDP.
This time their final would take two days, though not because they were on court for a mind-boggling six hours.
To be mentioned in the same paragraph in print with these people is mind-boggling to me.
The extent of distortion and disinformation, of efforts to control Syrians' opinions, is mind-boggling, and terrifying.
So astonishing or complex as to overwhelm the mind: The school problem is absolutely mind-boggling
[1964+; boggle, ''to be disablingly frightened, take alarm,'' is found by 1598; a bogle or boggle was a spook that horses were reputed to see]